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TUCtalk 13 is now online

In this episode Chemnitz University student Jeanine Lorenz reports on her tasks and challenges within the student council - Subtitles available

In the newest episode of “TUCtalk” Jeanine Lorenz is Stefanie Müller’s guest. Lorenz studies at Chemnitz University of Technology and is volunteer in the Department University Policy of the student council of Chemnitz University (StuRa). She talks about her range of tasks within the student council, current challenges in the university policy, and why it is important to actively participate in the design of university life as a student. English subtitles are available.

The approx. every four weeks released new episodes of TUCtalk are produced by the Professorship of Media Informatics at Chemnitz University. Stefanie Müller moderates the program.

The most recent episode is online available at:

All TUCtalk episodes are free to watch in the YouTube channel of Chemnitz University

(Translation: Alissa Hölzel)

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